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    ACLS Fellow Candacy Taylor presented her research on "The Negro Motorist Green Book" at the 2017 ACLS Annual Meeting 

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ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships

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The ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship Program provides support to small teams of two or more scholars to collaborate intensively on a single, substantive project, which leads to a tangible research product (such as joint print or web publications) for which the collaborators will take equal credit. It is hoped that projects of successful applicants will help demonstrate the range and value of collaborative research in the humanities and related social sciences, and model how such collaboration may be carried out successfully.  

2016-2017 marked the ninth year of the ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship Program, generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Please note: affiliations shown are as of time of award. Please click on fellows' names for current information.

Agriculture’s Energy: Learning from the History of Biofuels in Brazil and the United States   | Abstract
Thomas Rogers
Thomas Rogers

Associate Professor, History, Emory University

Jeffrey T. Manuel
Jeffrey T. Manuel

Associate Professor, Historical Studies, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

At the Origins of the Hispanic Legal Tradition: A Translation and Commentary of the Book of Judgments   | Abstract
Noel E. Lenski
Noel E. Lenski

Professor, Classics and History, Yale University

Damián Fernández
Damián Fernández

Associate Professor, History, Northern Illinois University

Comparatizing Transylvania: Rurality, Inter-Imperiality, and the Global Modernist Market   | Abstract
Anca Parvulescu
Anca Parvulescu

Professor, English, Washington University in St. Louis

Manuela Boatcă
Manuela Boatcă

Professor, Sociology and Global Studies, Albert Ludwigs Universität Freiburg, Germany

Data Feminism   | Abstract
Lauren Klein
Lauren Klein

Assistant Professor, Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Institute of Technology

Catherine D'Ignazio
Catherine D'Ignazio

Assistant Professor, Journalism, Emerson College

Insurgent Mobilities: An Ethnography of the Balkan Route as Movement   | Abstract
Nadia El-Shaarawi
Nadia El-Shaarawi

Assistant Professor, Global Studies, Colby College

Maple John Razsa
Maple John Razsa

Associate Professor, Global Studies, Colby College

The Epistemology of the Copy in Early Modern Travel Narratives   | Abstract
Lisa Voigt
Lisa Voigt

Professor, Spanish and Portuguese, The Ohio State University

Elio Brancaforte
Elio Brancaforte

Associate Professor, Germanic and Slavic Studies, Tulane University

Stephanie Leitch
Stephanie Leitch

Associate Professor, Art History, Florida State University

The Great Asian Deerskin Boom: Consumer Revolution, Inter-Asian Trade, and Environmental Degradation, 1600-1800   | Abstract
Xing Hang
Xing Hang

Associate Professor, History, Brandeis University

Daniel Botsman
Daniel Botsman

Professor, History, Yale University

Adam Clulow
Adam Clulow

Senior Lecturer, History, Monash University

To Speak of Common Places: A People’s History of Oregon’s Public Lands   | Abstract
Stephanie LeMenager
Stephanie LeMenager

Professor, English and Environmental Studies, University of Oregon

Marsha L. Weisiger
Marsha L. Weisiger

Associate Professor, History, University of Oregon